Falls Festival fun

About 12,000 celebrated the New Year in style at the Marion Bay Falls Festival
L-R Kate Neyland (baby) Jemma Hosking and Claire Neyland, credit Ros Wharton
cropped Renowned Hobart chef Paul Foreman and John X will be cooking up a storm
(L to R) Greg Slore,TasWater Senior Safety Advisor, Valena Burns Tasman Council, Kelly Spaulding Mayor of Tasman Council, Pam Fenerty Tasman Councillor, Jamie Gangell, Works Supervisor Tasman Council.

Montana aiming high

TRIABUNNA’S Montana Marshall is back home, back at school and is hoping to compete in the Australian Transplant Games next year. Having undergone a second double lung transplant at Melbourne’s […]

Pair living their big ‘small’ dream

SORELL farmers Oli Wichmann and Mac McGuiness believe small is beautiful. Their micro greens – herbs, vegetables and salads – are served at some of Tasmania’s best restaurants and enjoyed […]

Marina backed

SORELL Council will know this month if there is any private sector interest in developing the proposed Dunalley Marina and Economic Cultural Hub. The potential multi-million development includes a 150 […]

New home for vital services

The Tasmanian Government has confirmed Sorell’s new $12 million Emergency Services Hub will be built on vacant land next to the Community Health Centre in Cole Street. The site was […]

Triabunna tuckshop top of the class

TRIABUNNA District School is officially top of the class when it comes to its canteen. Last month, the Tasmanian School Canteen Association and the Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff singled out […]

Dunalley farmers celebrated

THE eyes of the farming nation were on Dunalley recently when local farmers Sue and Gerard Daly named Australian Farmer of the Year. Fourth generation farmers, the Daly’s have lived […]

Fair welcomes festive season

HUNDREDS of kids and their families enjoyed the fun, food and fanfare of the Sorell School Community Country Fair on Friday, November 1. A total fire ban in the South […]

Penguin killing dogs on notice

TOUGHER penalties for owners of dogs that attack wildlife such as Little Penguins are unlikely to be in place before summer. It is estimated as many as 19 Little Penguins […]

Top chefs choose salt of the earth

LITTLE Swanport’s Tasman Sea Salt company is a salt of the earth story that has seen the humble staple sprinkled on some of the finest chefs’ plates, as well as seasoned home […]

Bicheno nosh up

BICHENO’S multi-award winning Food and Wine Festival is ready to shine a spotlight on the beautiful region later this month. Now in its 13th year, the boutique weekend Festival, is […]